FCA's Purchasing Department added Punto Netto to the list of companies approved
to carry out second-level activities of Control Shipping Level.
News: On 7 June last, Fiat Chrysler Automotive's Purchasing Department added Punto Netto to the list of companies approved to carry out second-level activities of Control Shipping Level.
In practice, FCA allows Punto Netto as a third-party certifying body to carry out a process of inspection at the headquarters of its providers, designed to control and to prevent the shipment of non-conforming materials as well as products and components.
The shipment of the product can only be made after passing a Control Shipping Level managed by our team of qualified and trained staff as proof of the constant attention to detail by the major car companies - and in this particular case by the FCA - in order to support to their own customers.
Only through second-level controls can FCA mass-produce compliant and safe cars for the international automotive market. Obtaining the CSL2 certification recognises the investment in terms of training and competence carried out in the last few years by engineer Gaetano Griso, CEO of Punto Netto srl.
In agreement with the FCA and the supplier who will be affected by the control from time to time, in the context of the kick-off meeting, the meeting to start each activity, the Team of Punto Netto must identify all technical and organisational aspects in order to carry out quality controls with the aim of intercept, and then discard, any non-compliance that may exist throughout the supply chain production.
For this reason, Punto Netto will be called every time a stock is delivered, which for the delicacy of the of the component or due to the repetition of the defect, could potentially generate a slowdown of production. In this case, the Punto Netto company will have to carry out the most accurate control on the materials before they are shipped to the plant.